Malta stagnates in global ranking index of perceived corruption

Mark Battersby
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.Transparency International's latest rankings in its global list of perceived corruption reveals almost no change for Malta, but an improvement in scores among 25 countires.  It rates countries on a scale from zero (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean), based on the perceptions of experts and businesspeople. In all, 25 countries improved their CPI score, while 23 declined and 132 countries remained the same. The best improvement in CPI score was registered by Armenia, which went up by 14 points. Canada showed the steepest decline, sliding back eight points. Malta scored 54 thi...

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